Is it fair to call those who stand for traditional values a hate group, and to try and cause them physical harm
“But it’s not unexpected,” she continued. “Not only did Huffington Post refer to the Family Research Council as a hate group after the fact, but, of course, we had this left wing group, Human Rights Council, which has been on the case of many traditional values, family values groups for years now, referred to FRC as a ‘hate group,’ just 18 hours before the event. And all of that is stoked by another left-wing group, the Southern Poverty Law Center, which classified FRC as a ‘hate group.’”
And while the incident was largely ignored by the media, Malkin asked why a call for “introspection” hasn’t been made.
“Why? Why? Have they done anything like the new Black Panther Party has in calling for violence and murder and armed revolution?” Malkin said. “No — the simple fact is their crime is that they stand for social conservative values. They defend traditional marriage and they believe in the sanctity of life. And I agree with many of these groups like the National Organization for Marriage that that kind of rhetoric has to stop. We always hear from left-wing groups after random acts of violence that everybody needs to have more introspection about their words and rhetoric. But they never do that after an attack like what happened yesterday and maybe they should.”
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